The Government Technology Code of Practice is a set of criteria to help government design, build and buy better technology. It’s used as a cross-government agreed standard in the spend control process. It is part of the Government Transformation Strategy.
Tech suppliers to the public sector need to understand the implications of the Code when it comes to developing and delivering digital solutions for public services. Whether you’re a public sector sales lead, a digital engagement lead, a tech strategist or part of the CTO’s team, you’ll want to attend this event to ensure you fully understand what the Code means for you and your company.
At this event the GDS Technology Policy Team will brief tech suppliers on:
- The background and rationale for the Code
- The key features of the Code
- Public authorities adoption and adherence (& lessons learned to date)
- What suppliers need to know
- How suppliers can help and feedback
The speakers will also touch on the emerging introduction of the Code into the Local Authority space through the Local Authority Digital Declaration (of which techUK was a co-publisher alongside MHCLG earlier this summer).
This event is a must for incumbent and aspiring tech suppliers to the public sector.